Prince Harry and his brother William grew up in Kensington Palace with a team of dedicated and trusted associates – including a number of top chefs. In an effort to provide them with "normal" education, their mother, Princess Diana, often took them for a delicious treat with.
The former head chef of the Royal Family, Darren McGrady, reported of a time when she came into the kitchen of the palace to tell him they went to McDonald's.
He told Marie Claire that despite her offer to make burgers for her home, she was not interested and said there was another reason why she wanted McDonald's instead.
He said, "I remember that Princess came to the kitchen one day and said, "Break off lunch for the boys I want to take with us." We go to McDonald's.
"And I said, 'Oh my God, Your Royal Highness, I can do that, I can make a burger. & # 39;
"And she said:" No, it's the toy they want. "
" Yes, the guys loved McDonald's, went out to eat pizza, and ate potato peels – sort of American food. They were royal princes, but had children's taste.
Diana often treated her boys
According to Diana's former butler and close friend Paul Burrell, the trio would regularly get a McDonald's on a Saturday night – and that was part of their bizarre "normal" routine.
They ordered Big Macs and Chips.
He told the Mirror: "They would then come home and put themselves a huge stuffed hippopotamus Diana was watching TV and watching Blind Date.
Mr. Burrell said, "The three would buy a Big Mac at McDonald's and fries before they look at Blind Date, all three would be sitting on this massive, stuffed hippo that Diana had in her living room."
Diana wanted Wherever possible, their children receive a "normal" education.
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"They loved Blind Date and I heard them all scream like" Oh Do not take him! " and "Lorra, Lorra fun".
Diana tore up the royal family rulebook when it came to educating William and Harry.
Before her, royal children were mainly made up of palace staff, including a team of dedicated nannies.
The queen was not special involved in the education of their children and was often absent for months at a young age.
Diana changed the attitude of the royal family to parenthood forever
However, after the birth of Prince William and Harry changed all this with their practical approach to Diana.
Although she was only 21 years old when she became a mother, she was determined to do most of the day-to-day childcare and refused to take her boys home leave when she traveled on Royal Tours and took her instead.
But her parenting reports Charles came with other family members not good.
Apparently, "he frowned pon" her attitude and the queen just did not understand.
According to royal expert Andrew Morton, the monarch expressed this view during a trip to Balmoral.
Williams's nanny was not there, so Diana took over all childcare, to which the queen supposedly said, "I do not understand why Diana has to do that. There are millions of housemaids."